Article - 21 Oct 2003
Rice University Researchers have self-assembled molecular electronic components to create a device that works as non-volatile memory.
Article - 2 Jan 2004
Numerous organic and inorganic materials have already been analyzed for non-volatile memory applications. Organic memories offer the potential of simple integration and simple cell concepts with very...
News - 18 May 2011
A recent study at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) may have revealed the optimal characteristics for a new type of computer memory now under development. The work, performed...
News - 28 Jun 2011
Research team at the University of Southampton along with its partners at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan and Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory plan to develop low-power,...
News - 20 Feb 2013
For the first time, researchers have designed a special material interface that has been shown to add to and to improve the functioning of non-silicon-based electronic devices, such as those used in...
News - 18 Sep 2007
Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania have developed nanowires capable of storing computer data for 100,000 years and retrieving that data a thousand times faster than existing portable...
News - 1 Sep 2009
The University of Southampton's Southampton Nanofabrication Centre, which opens next week (9 September), will make it possible to manufacture high-speed and non-volatile 'universal memory'...
News - 12 Nov 2008
Computers are getting smaller and smaller. And as hand-held devices - from mobile phones and cameras to music players and laptops - get more powerful, the race is on to develop memory formats that can...
News - 20 Nov 2010
The newly developed MT6530 series, which succeeds Yokogawa's MT6121 wafer memory test system, features enhanced test frequency and increased parallel testing efficiency.
This results in a 75%...
News - 4 Jan 2011
According to research reported in the special issue update of Proceedings of the IEEE on Nanoelectronics applications, computer users will be elated to learn that efficient new systems to process...